- You can cancel Spotify Premium on an Android device if you no longer want to pay for the service.
- You can’t cancel Spotify Premium in the Spotify app itself, but you can do so using your preferred internet browser app on Android.
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Spotify Premium is one of the most popular paid music streaming subscription services to date. For a monthly fee, Spotify Premium allows users to listen to their favorite tunes ad-free on their computer and mobile devices.
But what if you try Spotify Premium and then decide it isn’t right for you?
Strangely, it isn’t possible to cancel your Spotify Premium subscription through the Spotify app. But fortunately, there’s a workaround that allows you do so via a web browser app instead.
Here’s how to cancel Spotify premium on an Android.
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How to cancel Spotify Premium on an Android
1. Tap on the web browser app of your choice on your Android device to open up Spotify’s website.
2. Log into your account and tap on the “My Account” button, which resembles the silhouette of a person surrounded by a circle, located in the upper right portion of your screen.
3. Scroll downward to the “Your plan” section, then tap on “CHANGE PLAN.”
4. On the next screen, scroll down to “Spotify Free” and tap “CANCEL PREMIUM.”
5. Tap “YES, CANCEL” to cancel your Premium subscription.
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